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and the down turn in europe and emerging economies. >> brenda: toby, do you agree? >> well, i do on two points. one is, obviously, we know from six months ago that the cure for a high gasoline prices or oil prices is high oil prices. we're on a-- this part where the fundamentals have separated from fear. there is no question there's a higher fear premium, but i sort of ask americans and people around the world to look at this and you know, with the context of don't let these guys scare you. i mean, yes, it's fearful, this film we're seeing is fearful, but the fact is that a, we are in a slower economy and using 6 1/2% less oil and gasoline this time this year than we did two years ago and i wouldn't change my behavior and i wouldn't worry in the threat about our economy falling off the cliff because this is a cycle and these guys are going to be out of bombs and bullets in about the next four or five days. >> brenda: but gary b, this erupted and no telling how it could go. >> there are two issues, toby pointed out that the gas prices are primarily, for the short-term, driven by emotions, and t
and putting it into the economy in the hope of making the recovery pick up. but, toby, i worry about looking at individual businesses, because, individual things drive them and it may not be a good read on the entire economy. >> if you worry correctly, because if you look at for instance, intel. lighter numbers, why? because they're getting their butts kicked by tablets not an economic indicator. look at real economic indicators, my favorite is con tearer board, jim. you look at container board, and put stuff in bigger stuff and ship stuff. >> brenda: that's a technical term. >> auto production is up, oil production is up, job market is not up, but that's nothing to do with this rip roaring, or not economy, it has to do with the fact that over 6 million jobs available in the united states that can't be filled because people aren't trained. the labor doesn't require-- meet the requirements. we are, our economy is slowly getting better and it's slowly getting better because housing is now getting better and that's a fact. ain't going to be a barn burner, but it's not going back. >> let's look
and europe, toby, what do you think this plan, this specific economic patriotism plan will do to debt and to the economy here in the u.s.? >> well, of course, debt is going to go up. remember, this is a code word. patriotism is a code word for we'll borrow another, and borrow another, if you take the spending wave structure and take it out ten years, we get to that point like greece, like spain, where it's a point of no return. there is a point at which, when interest rates go up and of course, they will, and as interest rates go up, all of a sudden, 20% and then 30%, our entire budget is to pay interest. in my book, it's not very patriotic to bankrupt the country and that's exactly did-- . the debt guys have been promising this for years. they never go up. cost is buried and-- >> what do you mean go up. >> wait a minute-- >> and the low s rates we've h had in years and begging to invest in our economy. interest rates are low and we don't want to get into that. kyle, let's talk about what this patriotism does for the debt. does it help it? will it help the economy? >> toby and gary b
. and toby, which state has it right? >> and i'm looking at the numbers here. and my gosh, wisconsin, they're not that far apart. i don't know if you know the geography there. >> thank you, toby. >> and number one, and any way you measure it, unemployment rate, the debt, the way that they-- the taxes have gone up, by dropping rate and they're the quintessential state like the mind warp. and somehow michigan's gone into a time warp and just gb back to the 1960's, we're going to do great here or maybe through the 1990's, i don't know. but wisconsin up. michigan needs a brain check. >> brenda: what do you think, susan? >> well, i think michigan is looking at what happened in wisconsin and is saying, we don't want to see the rights of our workers stripped away by the whim after politician and toby, when you look at the wisconsin budget and pick apart what they did to close the gap, the majority of it was cuts in education, which is a real shame when you think of wisconsin has one of the best public school systems in the nation and they're cutting their education budget back. >> by a small perc
professional. >> hear what it's like to be smack in the action. >> yeah. it was pretty wild. >> toby keith surprises a fan by saluting her soldier husband. >> what's his name? >> keith. >> see why the musical tribute wasn't the big surprise. >>> a little girl with autism starts doing ballet moves for her parents. >> and then one day it occurred to them, wait a minute. >> those are no ordinary moves. we've got the astounding story. plus, cottonmouth versus rattlesnake see who gets a brutal eat down and learn the secrets to slo mo smashesi from the master. >> i'm gallagher and you're watching "right this minute." >>> i have a story for you our viewers in seattle have been following. i wanted to share it with everybody else. a photo journalist from kiro tv was on assignment, covering a court case at the federal court house when he heard shots fired. the photographer's name is eric alexander. this guy is a true professional. because once he heard that gun go off, he didn't run for cover. he didn't run away from the gunfire. he ran toward it. you see a man, a masked man, almost like he's wearin
and financials 25%. >> brenda: toby what do you think. >> i'm bearish because the look on your face, looks like you didn't believe what you were saying. >> brenda: and toby, what do you believe in. >> hey, that kindle is killing it, but short of memory so i like san disc probably up 20, 30%. >> brenda: jonas, what do you think about that. >> and focus on the stock for a little-- (laughter). >> all right, ka vut cavuto is from the conventions and fired up. the show is next. >> here is the good news on both the completed democratic national convention and the republican national convention the week before not that they're done, but we now know clearly who they are, and each comfortable in their own skins and republicans happy to embrace business and democrats happy on government. i say good for them. now, who, who is good for you? hi, everyone, i'm neil cavuto. size apparently does matter. and democrats want more government and republicans-- both making passionate cases of their position. >> it's time for democrats to grow a backbone and stand up for what we believe. >> neil: that ba
magazine. here with me is the editor and founder of corporate knights, toby heaps. prices incorporate social, economic benefits and costs an actors know the benefit of their marketplace actions. it is about the appalling markets the best empower wing - empowering -- empowering markets. this being an election year, we ask ourselves, who is the greatest president in was 3? which commander in chief place regulations -- this year being an election year, we ask ourselves, who is the greenest president? the air has changed dramatically over the past two centuries. climate change was not an issue during the days of roosevelt' with you are talking teddy or franklin. -- whether you are talking teddy or franklin. when we discussed this project, we were told that there is something slightly arbitrary about the exercise. opinions will differ. that is why we decided to let the experts in the environmental community to do the heavy lifting on this question. we have a first of its kind ranking of the greenest presidents in u.s. his story. in alphabetical order they are, president of the national res
at the 600 block of toby drive in temple hills. the fire broke out around 2:15 this morning. everyone got out okay. firefighters are still trying to figure out what caused the fire. >>> mitt romney trying to make up ground in key battleground states. he'll launch a bus tour through ohio and virginia. recent polls show the republican presidential nominee trailing president obama in both states. romney will begin the day in another state in colorado. he'll campaign in pueblo, colorado. romney held this rally yesterday in denver, which will host the first presidential debate next week. this ad starts airing today in ohio. the obama campaign is launching it, and it criticizes mitt romney over his comments about americans who don't pay income tax. the ad suggests romney come clean about the taxes he's paid in the past. it's a clear indication the obama campaign will make his republican opponent's finances a key issue in the coming weeks. >>> today the maryland public service commission will hold a hearing about a policy that allows utility companies to bill customers during the first 24 hours of a
? >> clayton: get ready for this, toby mack with a special performance, toby mack, is here! he's on the top of itunes now, if you go to itunes he's the top artist there and is joining us, "fox & friends," hour 4, starts, "fox & friends," hour 4, starts, right now. captioning by, closed captioning services, inc. >> alisyn: welcome in, everyone. that guy we just met, so cool... >> clayton: i noticed you are using the ballperson -- it is typically ball boy. >> alisyn: they changed. >> clayton: really. >> dave: skip -- pc. >> alisyn: isn't that what they call them. >> dave: i call him an inspiration and i don't know what inspired me more his attitude or athleticism in overcoming the fact he gave a leg in afghanistan. it was amazing to see his perspective and the agility. >> alisyn: i didn't notice that, he has nice green eyes... >> clayton: if you missed the segment go to wfoxnews.com and check out his story. >> alisyn: we have to talk about the big story, politics, of course, delegates flocking to charlotte, two days before the democratic national convention, while president obama kicks avenue
music star, toby keith always a big supporter of americans serving in the war zones. >> he made many trips overseas to entertain troops on the front lines. he has done his fair share here at home. the recent concert in houston he brought a soldier's wife on stage for performance of "american soldier." >> love the reunions. grab a teissue. near the end, her husband walked out on stage, a surprise appearance for a long-awaited reunion. i love that embrace. >> well done, toby. nicely done, man. always good to see reunions. the guys and women all slowly coming home. good. >> thankfully. coming up. something straight out of the jetson's, a driverless car. we'll take a test drive and find out when it is coming to a dealership near you. >> first, a dramatic crash and heroic save. a woman reunites with the cop that got her out of the way of an out-of-control car. great story coming up. you are watching "world news now." ♪ ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by just for men auto stop. it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and
toby keith giving someone a surprise of her life time during his concert. >> keith plucked her out of the krod in tribute to her husband employed in afghanistan. her husband returned home early. as the song ended major pete cruise walked out on the stage. >> the couple stayed on stage to help keith sing another song. that's your 5@5:00. >> i hope that was the beginning of the concert so they could spend more time together. >> in a few hours president obama will talk to the general assembly. stind of staying in new york city to meet world leaders he will skip out and return back to the campaign trail. kelly wright has more. >> president obama is expected to talk about a wide range of topics when he speaks in front of world leaders at the u.n. general assembly. he will declare recent acts of anti-american violence and protests through out the muslim world and the killing of chris stevens dois not spreading good commonwealth across the world he will talk about nuclear threats from iran and united states is committed to its relationship to israel the strongest ally in the middle east.
's debatable. >>> two of country's biggest stars provided today's aw moment. toby keith pulled off a big surprise. he asked a military wife to join him on stage. she was emotional hearing the lyrics. then, a man dressed in camouflage walked on to the stage, handing keith a guitar. it turns out it was her husband returning home early from afghanistan. >> i love that embrace. >> good to see that. >>> and also, a bit of a shocker from carrie underwood. >> during a cancer in louisville, she saw a little boy who was waving a sign, will you be my first kiss. her husband was nearby. she asked the boy, how they should do this? his unabashed response, give me some lip action. and she graciously complied, dubbing the lucky boy the smartest kid ever. >> you don't know until you ask. well done, junior. she did warn other hopefuls, this will be the one and only time she will be smooching on stage. he went for it. >> player player? >> player player. a promising future, kid. >>> for some of you, your local news is next. you won't run into kenmore appliances just anywhere. only sears is celebrating the
. >>> about 2:15 this morning a fire broke out in the basement of a home on toby drive. everyone got out okay. police trying to figure out what caused that fire. >>> police in gaithersburg investigating a deadly crash. a woman was pulled from that wreckage in critical condition. she later died. her name has not been released. >>> it's time to get a first look at the forecast. can't believe how chilly this start is. >> it's rather cold out there. >> wow. >> you're not supposed to be spri surprised. >> no, i'm not surprised, but it is quite chilly out there. folks, just go with a jacket, a jacket you'll be leaving on all day long today. >>> take a look. possible frost advisories around moss be mossberg and elkins, west virginia. for today, we're talking about the lowest temperatures of the week. right now throughout the area, 57 degrees in benning. areas in bowie currently at 50 degrees. up in clarksburg currently, 48 degrees. temperatures quite low this morning. for 8:00 a.m., again, jacket cool. we'll have quite a bit of sunshine. mostly clear sky. by noontime today, that october chill still
the coast. temperatures warming up the next couple of days. >>> country music superstar toby keith loves u.s. troops. at a concert in hoirng he invited the wife of a soldier in afghanistan to come up onstage. and then after the song, i'll bet you know where this is going. her husband came out to surprise her. love when that happens. hats off to toby keith for arranging that reunion. special shoutout. i never get tired of looking at those videos where the families are surprised by their loved ones. >> he had just come back from afghanistan. so you bet she was very happy to see him. and likewise. nice story. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." we have more of our interview with former president bill clinton. he talked about foreign policy, his charitable foundation, and of course, we asked about his wife, hillary clinton's future. >> the former president also told us a story about the power of shame and a woman named zhow chun-lee who found the strength to overcome it. >> there's a child here -- not a child, a young woman. i don't know if you've seen her. the disabled chinese -- you've s
and awesome. people like toby keith, a country singer, gary sinise, the actor, they would come in and try to see me and i would say no, i don't want toac see them. no, thank you.-star, one day, my wife said, scotty, and who wants to see you. said, she didn't say who it was. but something hit me. the boy i talked sunday school or three years earlier had tauga driven down to come see me. i don't know if i knew that they were the days to come, the t impact that had made him a youne child had done a 180. made now this child was positively impacted me in an amazing way. >> watch this and other programs online by booktv.org. >> the national book festival next weekend on the national mall. you can call and, you can e-mail, you can send it out. go to booktv.org for the full schedule of author presentations >> ruben martinez presents his thoughts on the economic told the problems in the economy have taken in his book "desert america." >> thank you. thank you so much for being here.
of toby drive around 2:15 this morning. crews able to control the flame. everyone got out. fairfax county leaders holding the first of several public meetings to pay for much needed transportation projects. to pay for the improvements. tonight's meeting will take place at the west springfield office on rolling road. it begins at 7:00. there will be several more meetings in the coming weeks. >>> montgomery county leaders will also discuss their transportation needs. >>> the maryland public service commission will talk about restoring power in the first 24 hours of a power outage. the commission will discuss whether utilities will be banned from collecting the money. utilities have been allowed to charge customers throughout extended outages in january. the policy was changed to allow it only to the first 24 hours after storms. some customers complained after that storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of customers for about a week. >>> mitt romney will begin this week by campaigning in two battleground states. he'll launch a bus tour that will take him through ohio and virginia.
toby and with obi and -- toby, obi and you heard about obi and he actually showed up, did it match what you were expecting in. >> no. >> i had no idea. >> when you heard about a 77-pound dachshund. >> they estimated he was 70. i hadn't seen a picture. maybe we're expecting a basset hound here. there's no way he could possibly way 70 pounds. i saw him. and he really is a purebred dachshund. i took him to the vet the next day and he weighed in at 77. >> so dr. kaplan, i assume this is the biggest dachshund you have ever seen. >> no doubt. >> is he healthy? i mean, what are the dangers of a dog weighing this much? >> you would think, if you're thinking about people, that being overweight could lead to things like@row sclerosis and heart attacks. for dogs it's orthopedic mostly. a dachshund is most people know are predisposed to slipped disks and orthopedic problems and that's really what most of his risk is. >> this exacerbates that. >> it's going to wreak havoc on his joints. >> nora, what are you doing to get obi more fit? what kind of diet is he on? >> he's on a high protein, high fiber
? the support that i had was amazing, was awesome. and people like toby keith, country singer, gary sinise, the actor, generals, three-star, four-star would come in and try to see me and i'd say,
. we were on an assault, and going up a steep hill, and by this time it had broken down toby thi chaos. you have the plans but as everybody will tell you as soon as the first shot is fired it goes poof. the way it gets down is 18-year-old allege 189-year-old t hore out the objective and they figure out how to get that. h two hand grenades came from flying off the top of the hill. i gotex knocked out. when i came to, i was a mess. but i was functioning. we threw two grenades back. boom boom.l two more grenades came flying out from the top of the hole above us. we were scrambling uphill. we threw two back.el and the lieutenant figures out we have two grenades left. it's not smart.guretha i told the two guys with me, guy next time you throw them, i'mti going to be around the side and i'll be in a position to shoot the guys when they have to stand up to throw the grenades at us. and i work my way around the side of the hill. and i could see that one of thee soldiers was already dead. and the other one was, you know, just like us, he was a kid. late teens, and he rose to throw the grenade,
epitomizes that. squyres toby we've into the top top of the deal and we took a photograph because it was a cool thing to do. he said, did have scientific value? well, he was willing to say it didn't matter. and even though if you work at how much it might cost, it's a great image. so the willingness to be a person as well as a scientist, i saw throughout. and they think that so we need to realize. you don't lose your rigor by having the poetic aspects and artistic interests spent we are down to the the last few questions, for one of these i'm sure, curious minds very much want to know, the wake up songs for the rovers have been different over the years. wake up songs have included love me like a rock, come fly with me by frank sinatra, wake up little susie, simon and garfunkel version, radar love, by golden earring, the theme from mission impossible, and probably my favorite, where is my mind, by the pixies. so who gets to pick the songs because actually, i'm totally tangentially aware of that and i recognize, i didn't study that. i really don't know. it sounds like a great talk t
. the people who were doing this were kind of looked up toby their fellow officers. that was their biggest job. >> a lot of people at the time, he's selling books, living large, living this glamorous lifestyle. hat you lay out in this book is that there were very outrageous incidents things that would be hard for anyone to imagine a living person going through. >> i agree. one of my worries was that if you look at it from the outside it sometimes looked glamorous. you show up in places in a jaguar and pathways are cleared. and people think who is he. why does he deserve that. that's human nature. funny thing from my side of the fence it was like jail. like i spent ten years without the keys to my front door in my pocket. not allowed to walk out the door without police. not allowed to drive my own car. not allowed to see my children or my friends without -- all kinds of arrangements being made. simplest things in the world became a problematic. going to the movies, big problem. >> in 1989 i was actually caught in pakistan, in islamabad in the middle of a demonstration over your book in which th
four years from now. your local news is next. >>> country music superstar toby keith loves u.s. troops. at a concert in hoirng he invited the wife of a soldier in afghanistan to come up onstage. and then after the song, i'll bet you know where this is going. her husband came out to surprise her. love when that happens. hats off to toby keith for arranging that reunion. special shoutout. i never get tired of looking at those videos where the families are surprised by their loved ones. >> he had just come back from afghanistan. so you bet she was very happy to see him. and likewise. nice story. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." we have more of our interview with former president bill clinton. he talked about foreign policy, his charitable foundation, and of course, we asked about his wife, hillary clinton's future. >> the former president also told us a story about the power of shame and a woman named zhow chun-lee who found the strength to overcome it. >> there's a child here -- not a child, a young woman. i don't know if you've seen her. the disabled chinese -- you've seen her, r
where people give turns to quote eric toby is in the middle of the world. sissy and these people i thought there is a tale to tell. let me now go to the second part of what is going to discuss initially, which is some of the larger tensions and developments within china that she is the microcosm and the suspect of high-tech innovation in the plot lines you can see anomalous in the other part of what is ambitious and frustrated unpromising and not developing in china. one of them of course is the nature of the all out push for in china. people often say how can the chinese public would oppose some of the constraints and limitations and oppressions of life in china in these days? the main answer is over the past 30 years from people at fighters in the past, tenures in the past, they recognize their life is much better prospects are much better than before. this is thanks to the all-out push the government has been direct aim and the main engine for her. the part of the push underway right now is the famous 12 five-year plan. how many of you have studied the plan? you know, in the uni
toby and it was really great to use the bladerunner because it enabled me to cut all sorts of angles when i cut these slats and they fit just perfectly in the base of this dog house. the bladerunner was the perfect tool for the job. >> the rockwell bladerunner is the ultimate project saw. >> but it's not just for do-it-yourselfers that love the bladerunner; working professionals are making good use of it too. [whoosh] >> today we're going to be using the bladerunner to build some shelving. one thing i might want to add: we are inside the house. thanks to this vacuum attachment, there is very little sawdust. this miter gauge that i'm using is what i'm using to push through and that gets you your square cuts. set it on zero, you get your square cut. you set it on 60, you get your 60-degree angle. this is giving me clean, square cuts every time. [♪...] this saw with this miter gauge cuts a very clean, straight, square cut. as you've noticed, this is my tool bench. this table here is big enough so that when you are making some cuts like this, this is great to support your work. there a
including toby mcgwire and leonardo dicaprio. he even took these photos of the young future starts. even tom cruise. while none of that's actors has ever accused velard of abuse he recently finished an eight-year sentence for molesting an aspiring young actor. >> i'm with the tv show "inside edition." i'd like to talk to you about your career in hollywood. why are you running away? why won't you talk to us for a second? >> today anne leads a group of hollywood parents in an effort to change the law. >> they're convicted felons and they need to stay away from children. >> deborah: a law now pending before the california governor would require a background check and a permit for anyone who works with child actors in an unsupervised setting. we'll be back with more after this. >> still to come, revenge of the jilted mistress. first, she puts up a billboard. >> the woman he's posing with is not his wife. >> now she's making a movie about her relationship with a married millionaire. >>> check out today's coupons. go to the inside deals section of our website, click on >> deborah: we've all heard
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